Corporate Treasurer

Manage corporate funding, liquidity and financial risk associated with the profitable development and operation of an organisation.

Corporate Treasurer

Corporate Treasurer

Roles and responsibilities

As a Corporate Treasurer, you will be responsible for leading the financial arm of major organisations in both the public and private sectors.

Corporate treasurers:

  • arrange, give notice of and attend meetings of directors and shareholders
  • advise an organisation's governing board on matters concerning compliance with stock exchange listing rules, relevant legislation and corporation practice
  • supervise an organisation's share capital by preparing documents and share issues, and handling share transfers
  • control treasury and treasury systems and establish and review risk management objectives and treasury policies
  • identify, manage and report on financial risks
  • assist with equity management, debt management, securities and taxation planning issues
  • collect, analyse and interpret information on the financial standing, cost structures and trading effectiveness of organisations
  • devise, reorganise and establish budgetary cost control and other accounting systems such as computer-based systems; conducting audits and investigations and preparing financial statements and reports for management, shareholders, and governing and statutory bodies
  • evaluate the cost effectiveness and risks of operational processes, activities, policies and systems
  • report to management on the existence and effectiveness of the system of internal controls.

Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics

As a Corporate Treasurer, you will be responsible for leading the financial arm of major organisations in both the public and private sectors.

Corporate treasurers:

  • arrange, give notice of and attend meetings of directors and shareholders
  • advise an organisation's governing board on matters concerning compliance with stock exchange listing rules, relevant legislation and corporation practice
  • supervise an organisation's share capital by preparing documents and share issues, and handling share transfers
  • control treasury and treasury systems and establish and review risk management objectives and treasury policies
  • identify, manage and report on financial risks
  • assist with equity management, debt management, securities and taxation planning issues
  • collect, analyse and interpret information on the financial standing, cost structures and trading effectiveness of organisations
  • devise, reorganise and establish budgetary cost control and other accounting systems such as computer-based systems; conducting audits and investigations and preparing financial statements and reports for management, shareholders, and governing and statutory bodies
  • evaluate the cost effectiveness and risks of operational processes, activities, policies and systems
  • report to management on the existence and effectiveness of the system of internal controls.

Source: Australian Bureau of Statistics

Undergraduate Courses To Become

Corporate Treasurer

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Postgraduate Courses To Become

Corporate Treasurer

Course work courses to pursue this career
Postgraduate study is not necessarily required for this occupation, but may be helpful for career advancement.

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